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Cornerstone expands Member Business Services Council
FARMERS BRANCH, Texas, and HARAHAN, La. (2/5/14)--The Cornerstone Credit Union League and the Member Business Services Council are partnering to expand opportunities to credit unions in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
 
The Louisiana Credit Union League organized the council in 2011 to provide service and support to credit union professionals who specialize in member business services, including lending. It offers opportunities for networking, sharing best practices and learning from subject matter experts (Leaguer Feb. 3).
 
The council's advisory committee plans the curriculum for council meetings, develops website content, participates in the listserv and promotes council activities at local credit union chapter events. The committee is made up of:
  • Eddie Vollenweider, vice president of business services, Neighbors FCU, Baton Rouge, La.;
     
  • Deanna Geisler, commercial services officer, Barksdale FCU, Bossier City, La.;
     
  • Dee Edie, president/CEO, Diamond Lakes FCU, Malvern, Ark.;
     
  • Mike Gandy, vice president of business lending, Amplify FCU, Austin, Texas;
     
  • Brian Gebard, SVP/chief lending officer, Oklahoma Employees CU, Oklahoma City;
     
  • Peter Hays, chief performance officer, ANECA FCU, Shreveport, La.;
     
  • Jay Noel, Campus FCU, vice president of business services, Baton Rouge, La.;
     
  • Jennifer Green, vice president/league staff liaison, Louisiana Credit Union League; and
     
  • Michael A. Delker, senior vice president of credit union relations/league staff liaison, Cornerstone Credit Union League.
The council offers member-only access to sample policies, research and listserv as well as discounts for education and training programs.
 
To be eligible for membership, a person must be a paid employee from an affiliated credit union, credit union service organizations or other credit union-related organization.


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